Resident #1: Jana Göpper
Transdisciplinary Perspectives Based on a School Curriculum
Each school year lab.Bode invited experts from different disciplines to interrogate the collections of the Bode-Museum from different perspectives. Artists, researchers, and practitioners were commissioned with finding new topics and questions, which were then added to the catalogue of potential topics and contributed new perspectives to this pool. To conclude their residencies, participants formulated a commentary, which they left behind in the museum. Whether an intervention that was visible in the museum, a text, or an artistic format, these served as starting points for the development of new school projects.
lab.Bode resident: Jana Göpper, mathematician, grade-school pedagogue
Jana Göpper is an elementary school pedagogue who studied music teaching at the University of the Arts Berlin. She is a doctoral research assistant (Professor Eva Jablonka) at the Freie Universität Berlin in the Department of Education/Psychology, Division of Primary Education/Mathematics and Society. Her doctoral thesis is dedicated to the topic of “Mathematics and Improvisation.”
Dates: May 14–18, 2018
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Five days and five questions
On the first day of her residency, we asked Jana Göpper five questions about her work and her stay at the Space for Ideas:
Who are you?
What is your first, spontaneous reaction to the Bode-Museum?
What interests you in particular?
What do you expect from your residency?
What are you looking forward to?
After her residency, we asked Jana to look back and answer five questions in her favourite room at the Bode-Museum:
How would you describe your residency in one word?
What topics did you deal with?
What surprised you?
What did you learn about the collection?
What comments did the residency inspire you to make?